Hampton Road Protected Bike Lane – Design

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Welcome to your online hub for any information relating to the development of the Hampton Road Bike Lane Project. For the 2021-22 year, the project is in the design phase.


The project began long before funding from the West Australian Bicycle Network was awarded in 2021/22. The current scope of the funding is to establish a constructable design for protected bike lanes on Hampton Road from Ord Street to Wray Avenue.

It is anticipated that funding for construction be refined and a budget request generated for 2023/24 while further design work is done on the next section of Hampton Road.

For more information on this project please contact Dwight Kostusik via email info@fremantle.wa.gov.au or phone 1300 693 736. Alternatively you can submit a question using the form below.



Welcome to your online hub for any information relating to the development of the Hampton Road Bike Lane Project. For the 2021-22 year, the project is in the design phase.


The project began long before funding from the West Australian Bicycle Network was awarded in 2021/22. The current scope of the funding is to establish a constructable design for protected bike lanes on Hampton Road from Ord Street to Wray Avenue.

It is anticipated that funding for construction be refined and a budget request generated for 2023/24 while further design work is done on the next section of Hampton Road.

For more information on this project please contact Dwight Kostusik via email info@fremantle.wa.gov.au or phone 1300 693 736. Alternatively you can submit a question using the form below.


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Our My Say Page will be your hub for information on this project and also a space where you can ask questions about the Bike Lane Design Project. 

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    2 Questions: 1. How was the project awarded? If the council is really serious about prioritising pedestrians and cyclists, surely projects need to be managed and informed by experience and knowledge in these areas? Talis appear to be very experienced in building roads that prioritise cars and trucks which would be fantastic for their work on main roads and mine sites. 2. How many senior level staff at FCC ride bikes or take public transport each day to work? Thank you.

    jomo asked 8 days ago

    Thank you for both questions. We have sent them to the project team to answer and will provide a response shortly, we are also using your questions and the other recently received to develop a Frequently Asked Question section for this page, in case others in the community share your queries. 

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    Hi I’d like to know how much did they city spend putting in the concrete kerb bike lane in ord st and then how much did they spend ripping it up a few months later Hopefully this won’t be the wasteful as the last attempt And yes I do want to know the figures of how much was wasted

    brianjury asked 9 days ago

    Hi Brianjury,

    Thanks for the question. We will need to get back to you on this. An answer to your question will provided as soon as possible. 

    Mat Dalby - Community Engagement Advisor

Page last updated: 30 Jun 2022, 08:14 AM